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Sam Moore
SAM MOORE appearing in 7 shows and/or playlists

SAM MOORE

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH SAM MOORE

FROM THE SHOW: COUNTRY-SOUL CROSSOVER: GEORGE JONES AND SAM MOORE

From the show "Country-Soul Crossover: George Jones and Sam Moore" originally aired on November 15th, 2017

FROM THE SHOW: GEORGE JONES & SAM MOORE

From the show "George Jones & Sam Moore" originally aired on October 6th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: GEORGE JONES & SAM MOORE

From the show "George Jones & Sam Moore" originally aired on June 6th, 2007

COUNTRY-SOUL CROSSOVER: GEORGE JONES AND SAM MOORE

This week we are visited by two men with legendary voices, in country and soul, famous for their duets and more. First, we revisit our interview with the late George Jones. From the cotton patches of East Texas, Jones was one of the most distinctive voices in the history of country music. Known as "the King of Broken Hearts," his hits through the '60s and '70s remain the high-water mark for country ballads. Sam Moore, formerly of Sam & Dave, recalls his early days as a gospel singer in Miami and his conversion to pop. As a sixties "Soul Man" he recorded a string of jukebox classics then pressed through difficult times and has emerged with a second career on his own.

GEORGE JONES & SAM MOORE

This week we are visited by two men with legendary voices, in country and soul, famous for their duets and more. From the cotton patches of East Texas, George Jones remains one of the most distinctive voices in country music or otherwise. Known as "The King of Broken Hearts," his hits through the '60s and '70s remain the high water mark for country ballads. Sam Moore, formerly of Sam & Dave, recalls his early days as a gospel singer in Miami and his conversion to pop. As a '60s "Soul Man" he recorded a string of jukebox classics, then pressed through difficult times and has emerged with a second career on his own.

GEORGE JONES & SAM MOORE

This week we are visited by two men with legendary voices, in country and soul, famous for their duets and more. From the cotton patches of East Texas, George Jones remains one of the most distinctive voices in country music or otherwise. Known as "the King of Broken Hearts," his hits through the '60s and '70s remain the high water mark for country ballads. Sam Moore, formerly of Sam & Dave, recalls his early days as a gospel singer in Miami and his conversion to pop. As a '60s "Soul Man" he recorded a string of jukebox classics before pressing through difficult times, and has emerged with a second career on his own.

GEORGE JONES & SAM MOORE

This week we are visited by two men with legendary voices in country and soul, famous for their duets and more. From the cotton patches of East Texas, George Jones remains one of the most distinctive voices in country music or otherwise. Known as "the King of Broken Hearts," his hits through the '60s and '70s remain the high water mark for country ballads. Sam Moore, formerly of Sam & Dave, recalls his early days as a gospel singer in Miami and his conversion to pop. As a '60s "Soul Man" he recorded a string of jukebox classics, then pressed through difficult times and has emerged with a second career on his own.

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